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I rewatched this film shortly after reading 'The Book of EST' (which can be ahem 'found' online), which is a guidebook for the 70s cult Erhard Seminar Training (now known as The Landmark Forum) which is partly derived from Scientology, and was a major influence on Chuck Palahniuk of 'Fight Club' fame. I think the gold watch story is basically about EST ...


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They are almost definitely old friends, apart from the very valid quote given above by Avner Shahar-Kashtan there is also the line: "I ain't threatening you or nothing. You know I respect you" Which would imply a history. But my main reason for thinking that they are old friends is the way they talk to each other. Neither tries to be the alpha male ...


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There's a line in that dialogue that leads me to suggest that they are, indeed, old friends, or at least acquaintances. Right before the "little differences" speech, they have these lines: VINCENT: if the cops stop you, it's illegal for this to search you. Searching you is a right that the cops in Amsterdam don't have. JULES: That did it, man – I'm ...


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Ok, so the general feeling about this is that Vincent was in a bad mood and was just having a pop for no real reason. Some way or another he was aware of Butch's deal with MW and decided to mouth off about it to release some of his anger and frustration. But I believe there is an important reason for QT adding this little exchange in, mightily important in ...



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